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#90SecondsWith Naomi Whittel

There’s no doubt about it: Health and wellness is big business. The global nutrition market grew from $33.3 billion in 2011 to $37.6 billion in 2014, and research firm Research and Markets predicts it will reach $50.9 billion by 2020. Entrepreneur Naomi Whittel is tapping into this growing market with her line of health supplements. Though competition in the nutrition market is fierce, she believes her dedication to sourcing organic, fair-trade ingredients for her products sets her company apart and helps her customers look and feel better. In this video Whittel describes what inspired her to create Reserveage Nutrition, a vitamin and nutritional supplement company. Related: Watch Our Previous #90SecondsWith Videos Here

#90SecondsWith Naomi Whittel

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UGG founder Brian Smith

Brian Smith, founder of iconic UGG Australia boots, has seen it all. This businessman has battled brand piracy, investor troubles and overcome manufacturing woes during his decades-long career in the fashion business. With only $500 in startup money the former accountant managed to create an international brand and loyal customer base for his unisex sheepskin boots and shoes, which has since exceeded $1 billion in international sales. His life story offers an inspirational lesson for entrepreneurs thinking about reinventing themselves or starting a business of their very own. Watch All Our 90 Seconds With Interviews In this video, Smith describes his secrets for success and how he turned his side business into an international brand worn by some of America’s most well-known celebrities.

#90SecondsWith
UGG founder Brian Smith

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#90SecondsWith: Sir Richard Branson

Sir Richard Branson, now the founder of the Virgin Group empire, talks to #90SecondsWith about an initiative he's spearheading that gives aspiring entrepreneurs their own shot at success.

#90SecondsWith: Sir Richard Branson

Doing good

#90SecondsWith Akon – Lighting Africa

As of today nearly 600 million Africans live without access to electricity, particularly in rural areas. In far too many parts of Africa, nighttime economic activities are practically non-existent. Meanwhile, children cannot properly study or complete their homework without conventional lighting. Furthermore, without access to reliable electricity, over 3.5 million Africans die every year from using oil lamps or other dangerous light sources that produce harmful pollutants and/or cause fires in the home. To meet these challenges, Akon Lighting Africa seeks to provide a concrete response at the grass root level to solve Africa’s energy crisis and lay the foundation for future development. Launched in February 2014 by international music star Akon, community leader Thione Niang and entrepreneur Samba Bathily, this initiative aims to develop an innovative solar-powered solution that will provide African villages with access to clean and affordable sources of electricity Watch All Our 90 Seconds With Interviews […]

#90SecondsWith Akon – Lighting Africa

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#90SecondsWith: Ted Leonsis

In this #90SecondsWith interview, Ted Leonsis offers management tips, provides advice for aspiring entrepreneurs, and divulges the secrets to his success.

#90SecondsWith: Ted Leonsis

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#90SecondsWith: Drew Bledsoe

In this latest installment of our #90SecondsWith series, Bledsoe talks about how he got into winemaking, the best advice a coach gave him during his NFL career, and how he's handling the growing pains that come with starting a business.

#90SecondsWith: Drew Bledsoe

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#90SecondsWith: Ken Burns

In our latest #90SecondsWith interview, we sat down with Ken Burns, who talks about his famous documentaries, his entrepreneurial career, and his connection to Steve Jobs.

#90SecondsWith: Ken Burns

Doing good

#90SecondsWith: AOL Co-founder Steve Case

In our latest #90SecondsWith interview, AOL co-founder Steve Case—who Forbes estimates is worth $1.3 billion—gives advice to entrepreneurs working to get their startups off the ground.

#90SecondsWith: AOL Co-founder Steve Case

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#90SecondsWith: Carol’s Daughter Founder Lisa Price

Lisa Price launched Carol's Daughter, the acclaimed natural beauty products business, two decades ago out of her Brooklyn kitchen. But she's still dreaming about what's in store.

#90SecondsWith: Carol’s Daughter Founder Lisa Price

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#90SecondsWith: Robert Crandall

Robert Crandall was a trailblazer when he was at the helm of American Airlines in the ‘80s and ‘90s, pioneering innovations such as frequent-flier miles, electronic reservations and yield management. We sat down with him as part of our #90SecondsWith series.

#90SecondsWith: Robert Crandall

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#90SecondsWith: GoldieBlox Founder Debbie Sterling

GoldieBlox founder Debbie Sterling talks about her mission to get girls interested in a future career in the STEM fields and disrupting the "pink aisle."

#90SecondsWith: GoldieBlox Founder Debbie Sterling

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Startup mom: What it’s like running a small business with my 9-year-old daughter

In honor of Mother’s Day, we spoke to this entrepreneurial mother-daughter duo, and learned how other mothers can make the entrepreneurial leap just like they did.

Startup mom: What it’s like running a small business with my 9-year-old daughter

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